Tuesday, 12 June 2018

Rangers set to sell midfielder - reports



Jason Holt has today been linked with a surprise move out of Ibrox to English One side Plymouth Argyle, with the 25-year old midfielder effectively regarded as surplus to Steven Gerrard.

The first training session under the new manager begins in around 72 hours at Auchenhowie, but Holt might not be there if reports of the Pilgrims’ interest in the ex-Hearts man are accurate.

Derek Adams' side finished in a reasonable seventh last season, and may well see Holt as the kind of gritty midfielder he needs to push for a serious crack at promotion.

For his part, Holt has always held himself well at Ibrox, spoke well and wore the shirt not only with dignity but as captain. He may not be of the level required for Rangers to move forward but his heart is not in question.

The Home Park team would not have to shell too much out to secure Holt, with a modest six-figure sum likely to be enough to release him to England.

If he moves on, he does so with our best wishes.

8 comments:

  1. Agreed. He isn't good enough for where we need to be but we can't fault his effort. He gave a lot more than some of the so called better players at the club and if he does go then i wish the best for Holty. He deserves it.

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  2. This would be a sensible move for Holt who has always given 100% when called upon. Although he is still young I suspect that the majority of our supporters would acknowledge that while better than others currently at the Club, he is not at a level that will be required to take us back to our rightful position at the top of Scottish Football. Good luck to him and I hope that he does well at Plymouth Argyle.

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  3. I Like Holty as A Player
    Id Rather He Stayed

    ...But I can also accept that He is not at the level required for where we are going now as a club.

    However His Effort was always 100% and from the minute he stepped on to the pitch to the minute he left it he never stopped running
    ....definitely an Underrated Player!

    If he does go to Plymouth or anyone else he goes with My Respect and Best Wishes for the Rest of His Career 👏⚽

    #OnlyOneJasonHolt
    #NeverGiveUp

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  4. Yes good luck to Jason he always gave his best for the club and good luck with his new club

    LETS GO WATP 🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧

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  5. Yes good wee player and 100 percenter . Hoped he would turn out to be another Doddy but although he gave the effort and commitment , he never had the skill level that Doddy had . Hope he goes on to have a good career down south . All the best wee man .

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  6. Halelouya .... Praise the Lord

    Holt is physically weak and lightweight. My 10yr old lassie could bully him off the ball.

    Hope he takes the boy Halliday with him. Pair of imposters who are nowhere near good enough for us. Haven’t been for 2 years.

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  7. He's a top professional who givgi 100%, be very sad to see him go. Always enjoy his effort, a true protestant ethos.

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  8. Best of luck Jason. Agreed, a top professional.

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